Discerning success of Indigenous health students in community-based programs
MetadataShow full item record
In recent years, public post-secondary educational institutions have been partnering with Indigenous educational societies to provide community-based healthcare programs in remote communities. The term ‘community’ refers to students’ geographical home region, the population of which may consist of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. The purpose of this study was to understand how people from one such community described the success of students who took those programs. The factors that influence the success of students were also explored.